Kitaibelia vitifolia goes around by the common name of Russian hibiscus, and I also used it just to go with the flow. But it’s neither Russian, nor a hibiscus; you can read its whole story below:
Shortly, the white flowers resemble more Malva flowers and it hails from a territory that belonged to former Yugoslavia.
It is a large plant that looks perfect and enjoys the edge of the woodland garden. I still didn’t grow one for myself but they go very fast from seeds so it’s waiting in line for next spring sowing…
Representing Croatia and Macedonia for the Celebrations, I introduce –